Americas Best Value Inn Loma Lodge
Photos of Americas Best Value Inn Loma Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Kapas Garden Resort Pulau Kapas
Travel Blogs from San Diego
... World no longer has our beloved Clydesdales for pictures and petting. Inside the stable are different kinds of animals in each stall where our majestic friends once lived. Outside the stables is a small pasture where you would once see feisty donkeys and mules doing unmentionable things. They are missing too. The AB hospitality center is now some sort of restaurant. I never sampled any AB products at Sea World, but it was nice to walk around and see all of the tappers of proud ...
... Plum Island or Salisbury is like getting an uncomfortable pedicure. But on Coronado, it was like stepping in clouds. Clouds that still get stuck between your toes when you're done walking through them, but clouds nonetheless.
We reached the water and dipped our toes in. Matthew was the only one that went all the way in. But just by touching the water, I can say that I've been in three out of five of the world's oceans. Now to find a thermal swimsuit so ...
The road to San Diego was largely uneventful besides some steep declines through the mountains in Arizona and a stop for lunch at Del Taco (a west coast version of Taco Bell). This changed once we hit the California border when out of nowhere we came to a border patrol station (even though we never left the states). For a few seconds though I thought Jack had taken a wrong turn and we were heading to México without our passports. But no, apparently our ...
... stop and you crawl along the starts going again. You never really find out what the problem is on the road as its usually nothing.
It took one hour and half to get there and it was a nice drive.
Legoland is huge and so colourful. Went on quite a few rides and looked at all the shops. So much Lego in every colour and every piece. Got to see how some Lego bricks are moulded and stamped with the name.
They have cities from around the world built in ...
... help being aware that Veterans are well respected. We came back to the harbour area called the Spanish Landing Park, bought a coffee and banana and sat at a table and proceeded to have our last picnic. We watched a couple unload what looked like large bags and build them up into plastic kayaks. Very interesting watching. They did offer us a shot! The lady gave a lovely wave as she set off out into San Diego Bay. ...